Paths of air traffic over North America visualized in color and form
A visualization of 20,000 blog posts from 2005 that relate to romantic breakups. The interface is designed in such a way that links between the failed love affairs become visible.
Interactive commentary on the photos of American soldiers torturing prisoners at Abu Ghraib Prison in Iraq
An open source project that allows users to crowdsource crisis information and send it via mobile.
An audiovisual knowledge network
Photographs are presented as a framework to tell the moment-to-moment story of a whale hunt in Northern Alaska.
According to one American newspaper, the documentary I.O.U.S.A. is An Inconvenient Truth about the national debt.
A visualization of people who’ve contributed to the Barack Obama page on Wikipedia.
Text Trends is a sendup of the ubiquitous line graphs and related information returned by services like Google Trends.
An animated movie bringing the words of the universal declaration of human rights to life with motion graphics of typography & symbolism.
“Web 2.0” in just under 5 minutes.
An interactive web documentary about what happens after you die. Thanatorama will be presented live on 27 November by producer Alexandre Brachet.
A documentary maker gets lost in the world’s most popular photosharing website.
Interactive graph of the most influential directors & companies in the US. make your own selection & explore various spatial configurations to discover unknown relationships between seemingly unrelated or competing companies, or download maps made by other users.
A huge photographic collection of meticuously documented human identities and the similarities between them.
Japan only produces about 40% of the food it consumes. This is the lowest among all major developed nations. Infographic movie commissioned by the Japanese ministry for agriculture, forestry and fisheries.
An associative chain of statistical diagrams that dissect human existence with a good sense of humour.
In a highspeed, geographical slideshow, Flickrvision shows the latest pictures placed on the photosharing website Flickr.
Duelity pits Creationism and Darwinism against one another in split-screen, with ironic use of infographics.
On the popular Digg website, visitors can “dig” news articles they like.
A landmark cross-platform BBC series, showing modern day Great Britain from the sky.
Gapminder sums up the world in statistical data.
An interactive map of crimes in Oakland and a tool for understanding crime in cities.
A collection of videos and websites by people documenting themselves, making one photo a day for many years in a row.
A short clip from the satirical Onion News Network, about a large red dot emanating concentric circles on what appears to be a map.
A webdocumentary about Hurricane Katrina, which hit New Orleans in the summer of 2005.
“Life in spite of everything” is the motto of Gaza/Sderot.
Newsmap is an application that visually reflects the constantly changing landscape of the Google News news aggregator.
Since August 2005, We Feel Fine has been harvesting human feelings from weblogs.